An outdated Californian bungalow has been turned on its head, converting the unused downstairs rumpus area into a spacious light-filled kitchen with raked ceilings and ample storage. The combination of carefully chosen period details blended with modern hard finishes creates a Hamptons-inspired home built to stand the test of time.
The Shaws Ribchester 800 sink is framed by clean white shaker profile cabinetry and accented with brushed brass tapware and cabinet handles. The striking navy blue island bench offsets the deep muted timber floors and cool-grey marble tiles to create a fresh classic kitchen with space for entertaining. A tall dark glass timber storage cabinet and thin black metal window frames effortlessly tie the design to the rest of the home.
The nearby laundry is equally impressive, featuring a Shaws 600 ribbed-front fireclay sink nestled in front of a beautiful white arch-window, a delightful period detail that repeats through the bathrooms of the home. The soft aqua-blue cabinets create a lively atmosphere and effortlessly combine aged bronze and brushed brass hardware for a classic yet eclectic mix.